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Complejo Tango offers an interactive Dinner Tango Show with tango lesson included.We are open 365 days a year. Our package includes: Tango Lesson (diploma included)+ Dinner (Starter + Main course + Dessert) + Unlimited Wines and beverages (during...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Avenida Belgrano 2608 | Av. Belgrano 2608, Buenos Aires C1096AAQ, Argentina
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We booked the tango show wich included dinner. That was our first mistake. The dinner was like the food at a cheap wedding. We also had wine and beer included. Not great, but there was a lot of it.
The waiterswere friendly and frankly we...More
We chose Complejo Tango after reading the Tango restaurant reviews on Trip Advisor and didn’t want a venue with hundreds of people. For $100 US per person, Luis promised us a great table, group Tango lesson, dinner and taxi fare both ways from our Palermo...More
We had a really good night here last night.
We had a group lesson to start which was a lot of fun!
Then into the small intimate venue. We had dinner and drinks which was all good.
The show was really fabulous!
Because the venue...More
The evening begins with a tango lesson with the rest of the group, a brief introduction to the basic tango steps, with great teachers. After the lesson, dinner/drinks are served. The show is after dinner, which is excellent. The crowd is involved and I was...More
We researched several tango venues in Buenos Aires and chose Complejo Tango because of the size of the venue. The pickup was a little late, but we didn't have to arrange our own transportation. We took the included tango lesson. As others stated, the room...More
What a fun night we had. As noted there is so many possible tango shows in Buenos Aires so it is hard to choose but this one came highly recommended through Trip Advisor and other venues. We got there at 7:30 to take part in...More
We wanted an opportunity to learn some tango as well as watch it, which is why we booked the show and lesson, and dinner.
Pick up was not offered for our hotel but they reimbursed us for the taxi ride. Which is actually even better...More
Seems a little strange at first the request to PayPal so we just paid at the door. Because we did it that way we took a cab there and they reimbursed us and let us take the transportation back. The lesson was really fun but...More
Pick up was way too early and two of us sat on the bus on the side of the road for 20-30mins waiting.
We didn't have high expectations but wanted to learn a little bit of dancing, some basic steps. The group was about 70-80...More
Tango Dinner and show - which of these 4 should I choose? (9 Replies)
Sorry - another Tango question. I narrowed the choices down to these 4. We can't do Rojo Tango or Centro Cultural Borges because of timing. We don't NEED to do dinner so any comments about the food would be great also. More interested in the TANGO SHOW. Here are the 4 choices: Esquina Carlos Gardel Complejo Tango Esquina Homero Manzi Cafe de los Angelitos Thank you!
May 31, 2016|
Did you put the names in the Search box and read previous reviews and chats about these places ? Try that.
tango show (3 Replies)
A friend of mine recommended me “Complejo Tango” for dinner and tango show. Has anybody else been there?
December 13, 2008|
I haven't been there yet, but we are going for the tango lesson, dinner, and show on Christmas Night, so I will post a review as soon as we attend.
Thoughts from a July Family Vacation in Buenos Aires (81 Replies)
Hello Everyone! After months of planning, our family vacation to Buenos Aires has finally been completed. I was very excited to go to Buenos Aires but towards the end it wasn't as great as it's built up to be. I don't understand why Buenos Aires is "the most European city of South America"? I find that hard to believe when you have to constantly watch for dog poop every step of the way. But beyond that, I didn't see as much architecture as I thought I would upon entering BA. I took a tour...More
July 14, 2009|
Well, I have not been to every European city so I can't compare, although Paris was the winner hands down for many many years. But I don't really think the dog do on the sidewalks was what they were talking about when they said that... I believe part of the reason it is called that is that much of the population of Buenos Aires is related to/descended from Europeans. The French Architecture and various English and Spanish (Spain) contributions might also have something to do with it. ...More